Advaitayana Buddhism, The Introduction of

The Introduction of

Advaitayana Buddhism

The name “Advaitayana Buddhism” indicates the unique sympathetic likenesses of Adidam to the traditions of Advaitism (or Advaita Vedanta) and Buddhism. In His examination of the entire collective religious tradition of Mankind, Avatar Adi Da has observed that these two traditions represent the most advanced Realizations ever attained previous to His Appearance. The primary aspiration of Buddhism is to realize freedom from the illusion of the separate individual ego-self. The primary aspiration of Advaitism (or the tradition of “Non-Dualism”) is to know the Supreme Divine Self absolutely, beyond all dualities (of high and low, good and bad, and so on). Advaitayana Buddhism is the Non-Dual (“Advaita”) Way (“yana”, literally “vehicle”) of Most Perfect Awakening (“Buddhism”). Advaitayana Buddhism is not an outgrowth of the historical tradition of Buddhism, or of the historical tradition of Advaitism. Advaitayana Buddhism is the unique Revelation of Avatar Adi Da Samraj, which perfectly fulfills both the traditional Buddhist aspiration for absolute freedom from the bondage of the egoic self and the traditional Advaitic aspiration for absolute Identity with the Divine Self.

The Four Yanas of Buddhism

The Four Dharmas

Radical Transcendentalism
and the Introduction of
Advaitayana Buddhism

The Five “Points of View”
The Basket of Tolerance

The Unique Sixth Stage Foreshadowings
of the Only-By-Me Revealed Seventh Stage of Life
The Basket of Tolerance

I Am Here to Complete the Great Tradition of Mankind
The Basket of Tolerance, Adidam site
( two talks from March, 1993 )

other excerpts from
of Ruchira Avatar Adi Da Samraj

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